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Spector - All The Sad Young Men
 
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Download ‘All The Sad Young Men' on iTunes: http://po.st/ATSYMDL Listen to Spector on Spotify: http://po.st/ATSYMSP Directed by Laura Baker http://spector.co.uk Facebook: http://po.st/SpectorFB Twitter: http://po.st/SpectorTW Music video by Spector performing All The Sad Young Men. (C) 2015 Fiction Records, a division of Universal Music Operations Limited
Views: 415369 SpectorVEVO
Roberta Flack-Ballad of the Sad Young Men
 
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This is not a discussion platform about this song being gay or not. It's not important and annoying. Further remarks on the subject will be deleted. Any possible copyright infringement is unintended. I only made this video because Roberta Flack's version was not on youtube and for educational purposes I think it should be. The penultimate picture is a painting I made, inspired by this song
Views: 109241 nokewan
Spector - 'All The Sad Young Men' (Official Audio)
 
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Download Spector - 'All The Sad Young Men' on iTunes http://po.st/ATSYMDL Listen to Spector on Spotify at http://po.st/Spectorfy http://spector.co.uk Facebook: http://po.st/SpectorFB Twitter: http://po.st/SpectorTW Instagram: http://po.st/Spectagram iTunes: http://po.st/Spectunes
Views: 84606 spector
Shirley Bassey - Ballad Of The Sad Young Men (1979 Show #5)
 
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1979 (An exceptional Torch (style) song by Fran Landesman & Tommy Wolf performed by Shirley Bassey on her 1979 TV Variety Show. This song was originally written for the musical, 'The Nervous Set' but the words could possibly have so many different meanings to people who really listen) Shirley recorded and released this song on her 1972 LP titled, 'And I Love You So' ABOUT this song: This song is from the 1959 Musical called, 'The Nervous Set'. The Nervous Set, the jazz musical born in St. Louis' legendary Gaslight Square entertainment district in 1959, described the Beat Generation, the young people in post-World War II, pre-Vietnam America, swimming in disillusioned angst and apathy, angry, poetic and nihilistic. But this was not a musical about the Beats; this was a Beat Musical, funny, biting, outrageous, despairing, and brilliantly witty. Stubbornly refusing to give the audience a boffo finale, refusing even to offer them people to care about or the satisfaction of applause, doggedly determined to offend, discomfort, even repel now and then. But even through the haze of verbal and emotional fog, The Nervous Set is also truthful, a serious social document, a record of a time and place that should never be forgotten, when America had lost its way and lost track of what's important. It is a loving evocation of the Beat Generation, with all its warts and contradictions, all its nihilism and its earth-shattering realignment of modern literature and poetry. Everyone knows about the hippies, but how many people know where the hippies came from? The Nervous Set opened on March 10, 1959, in a three hundred seat saloon-theatre-club called the Crystal Palace, in the heart of the Gaslight Square entertainment district in St. Louis. Strange as it might seem to those who weren't there, for almost a decade in the late fifties and early sixties, Gaslight Square was an international mecca for Beat writers, up-and-coming comedians, and jazz musicians, like yet-to-be-stars Woody Allen, Lenny Bruce, Barbra Streisand, Phyllis Diller, the Smothers Brothers, Mike Nichols and Elaine May, Alan Arkin, and so many others. For more information on this Musical you can go on line and type in, 'The Nervous Set' LYRICS: Sing a song of sad young men, glasses full of rye All the news is bad again, kiss your dreams goodbye All the sad young men, sitting in the bars Knowing neon nights, and missing all the stars All the sad young men, drifting through the town Drinking up the night, trying not to drown All the sad young men, singing in the cold Trying to forget, that they're growing old All the sad young men, choking on their youth Trying to be brave, running from the truth Autumn turns the leaves to gold, slowly dies the heart Sad young men are growing old, that's the cruelest part All the sad young men, seek a certain smile Someone they can hold, for just a little while Tired little girl, does the best she can Trying to be gay, for a sad young men While a grimy moon, watches from above All the sad young men, who play at making love Misbegotten moon shine for sad young men Let your gentle light guide them home again All the sad, sad, sad, young men
Spector - All The Sad Young Men (Reading 2015)
 
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SUBSCRIBE for more BBC highlights: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn Spector perform All The Sad Young Men at Reading 2015. Visit the Reading 2015 website for more videos and photos
Views: 19172 BBC
Radka Toneff - Ballad of the Sad Young Men (live, 1977)
 
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Lyrics by Frances Landesman, music by Thomas J. Wolf Jr. Live on Norwegian TV, 1977, with Jon Balke (piano), Jon Eberson (guitar), Arild Andersen (bass) and Espen Rud (drums). A studio version of this song is released on "Winter Poem" (1977). It is also on the Radka Toneff compilation album "Some Time Ago - A Collection of Her Finest Moments" (2003). This video is a bonus on the album "Butterfly" (Curling Legs, 2008), together with a video of Kurt Weill's "Lost in the Stars". Buy it, and all the other Radka Toneff records! Radka Toneff was born in 1952 in Oslo, Norway, of Bulgarian father (folk singer) and Norwegian mother. She is Norway's greatest jazz singer to this day, and her album "Fairytales" (1982) is Norway's best selling jazz record. She died in 1982. https://tv.nrk.no/program/MKMF15000315/radka-toneff-sterk-og-hudloes
Views: 98422 Kaare K. Johnsen
ALL THE SAD YOUNG MEN // SPECTOR
 
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Lyric video for All The Sad Young Men by Spector. Released 2015. No copyright infringement intended. -- Images Credit: somewhere on Tumblr (i'm sorry i forgot the original source)
Views: 12649 dxiseas
Renato Russo - The ballad of the sad young men
 
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The ballad of the sad young men (The stonewall celebration concert, 1994) — Bille Dourado
Views: 38980 Bille Cipriani
Ballad of the Sad Young Men (T. Wolf)
 
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From the CD-Enchanted Moments. Ulf Wakenius (Guitar) Lars Jansson (Synth) Lars Danielsson (Acoustic Bass) Raymond Karlsson (Drums) Website: https://www.ulfwakenius.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ulf-Wa... Instagram: https://instagram.com/ulfwakenius Stay tuned for more videos.
Views: 1516 Ulf Wakenius
Spector - All The Sad Young Men - London 16/01/18
 
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Spector perform the most important song of all time live at OMEARA in London.
Views: 1902 Neil Matthew
The Ballad of the Sad Young Men -  Swede Singers feat. Svante Thuresson
 
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Swede Singers 1971, featuring Svante Thuresson
Marc Almond & Antony / The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
 
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Marc Almond & Antony / The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
Views: 6539 Melancholy Rose
The Ballad of Sad Young Men
 
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from LIFE IS A BITCH - celebrating the lyrics/poetry of Fran Landesman, featuring Mary Foster Conklin on vocals, John diMartino on piano and Greg Ryan on bass. Performed at the Metropolitan Room on March 1, 2013
Views: 1389 mfconklin
The Ballad of sad young men
 
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http://joemurray.uk/mymusic/musicvideos/ The song, ( with lyrics by Fran Landeman and music by Tommy Wolf) featured in 1959 Broadway jazz musical "The Nervous Set" - a cynical, intellectual satire about the beat generation. The song in the show is about a female character's reaction to "wasted lives" of the men she sees around her. This is what I looked like when I first heard the song on a Davy graham LP in the late 60s. Maybe I was one of the sad young men then. (just a sad old man now!) Anyway, this is my tentative arrangement of the song.
Views: 141 jomry
Art Pepper Quartet - Ballad of the Sad Young Men
 
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Art Pepper (as,ts), George Cables (p), Tony Dumas (b), Carl Burnette (ds) Album:" Art Pepper / No Limit " Recorded:Los Angeles, March 26, 1977
Views: 21513 rujazz
Renee Rosnes - Ballad Of The Sad Young Men (2001)
 
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From the album "Life On Earth" (EMI/Blue Note, 2001) Music & Lyrics: Frances Landesman, Thomas Wolfe Arrangement: Renee Rosnes Renee Rosnes - piano John Patitucci - bass Billy Drummond - drums
Views: 172 darkmagusinlove
Ballad of The Sad Young Men    MARK MURPHY
 
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From ;''Bop for Kerouac'' ,Mark Murphy,Muse Records,1981 Mark Murphy : vocals Richie Cole : alto and tenor saxes Bruce Forman ; guitar Bill Mays : keyboards Luther Hughes : bass Jeff Hamilton : drums Michael Spiro : congas and timbales Produced ,arranged & conducted by Bill Mays Recorded at Sage & Sound Studio, Hollywood, CA, March 12, 1981 I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS OF THIS RECORDING UPLOADED FROM ORIGINAL LP/CD IF YOU LIKE THIS RECORDING PLEASE BUY THE CD
Views: 13023 tubaplayer lafeet
Spector - All The Sad Young Men (Acoustic Cover)
 
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i know nothing ever started with a kiss another night, another town, another licensed premises i'm getting bored of all these songs i write and the people i've become just to stay up late with someone i don't wanna make love i don't wanna make plans i don't want anyone to wanna hold my hand i don't wanna make love i don't wanna make plans it begins in the places that we leave behind every year that goes by a little less future on our minds these girls like to pretend they don't feel anything anymore boys break like promises but only behind closed doors i don't wanna make love i don't wanna make plans i don't want anyone to wanna hold my hand i don't wanna make love i don't wanna make plans all the sad young men we're all beautiful now like they were beautiful then all the sad young men all the miserable girls all the sad young men do you like my clothes? my hair? my conversation? did you hear me when i said you were the inspiration? it's all meaningless now as it was meaningless then all the miserable girls all the sad young men i don't wanna make love i don't wanna make plans i don't want anyone to wanna hold my hand i don't wanna make love i don't wanna make plans all the sad young men we're all beautiful now like theye were beautiful then all the sad young men all the miserable girls all the sad young men all the sad young men all the sad young men all the sad young men all the sad young men all the miserable girls all the sad young men
Views: 2241 Jaakko Kiuru
Margaret Whiting - The Ballad Of The Sad Young Man
 
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Margaret Whiting (vo) Russ Garcia and Marty Paich Orchestras Album:" Margaret Whiting / Past Midnight " Recorded:Hollywood, 1960
Views: 1089 ruvo
Shirley Bassey - The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men (1976 Show #1)
 
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1976 (Shirley performs this sultry but sad torch (style) song with her own unique richly dramatic vocal style on her 1976 TV Variety Show. This song was originally written by Tommy Wolf and Fran Landesman for the musical, 'The Nervous Set' but the words can mean many different things to many people.) Shirley recorded and released this song on her 1972 LP titled, 'And I Love You So' ABOUT this song: This song is from the 1959 Musical called, 'The Nervous Set'. The Nervous Set, the jazz musical born in St. Louis' legendary Gaslight Square entertainment district in 1959, described the Beat Generation, the young people in post-World War II, pre-Vietnam America, swimming in disillusioned angst and apathy, angry, poetic and nihilistic. But this was not a musical about the Beats; this was a Beat Musical, funny, biting, outrageous, despairing, and brilliantly witty. Stubbornly refusing to give the audience a boffo finale, refusing even to offer them people to care about or the satisfaction of applause, doggedly determined to offend, discomfort, even repel now and then. But even through the haze of verbal and emotional fog, The Nervous Set is also truthful, a serious social document, a record of a time and place that should never be forgotten, when America had lost its way and lost track of what's important. It is a loving evocation of the Beat Generation, with all its warts and contradictions, all its nihilism and its earth-shattering realignment of modern literature and poetry. Everyone knows about the hippies, but how many people know where the hippies came from? The Nervous Set opened on March 10, 1959, in a three hundred seat saloon-theatre-club called the Crystal Palace, in the heart of the Gaslight Square entertainment district in St. Louis. Strange as it might seem to those who weren't there, for almost a decade in the late fifties and early sixties, Gaslight Square was an international mecca for Beat writers, up-and-coming comedians, and jazz musicians, like yet-to-be-stars Woody Allen, Lenny Bruce, Barbra Streisand, Phyllis Diller, the Smothers Brothers, Mike Nichols and Elaine May, Alan Arkin, and so many others. For more information on this Musical you can go on line and type in, 'The Nervous Set' LYRICS: Sing a song of sad young men, glasses full of rye All the news is bad again, kiss your dreams goodbye All the sad young men, sitting in the bars Knowing neon nights, and missing all the stars All the sad young men, drifting through the town Drinking up the night, trying not to drown All the sad young men, singing in the cold Trying to forget, that they're growing old All the sad young men, choking on their youth Trying to be brave, running from the truth Autumn turns the leaves to gold, slowly dies the heart Sad young men are growing old, that's the cruelest part All the sad young men, seek a certain smile Someone they can hold, for just a little while Tired little girl, does the best she can Trying to be gay, for a sad young men While a grimy moon, watches from above All the sad young men, who play at making love Misbegotten moon shine for sad young men Let your gentle light guide them home again All the sad, sad, sad, young men
Miriam Makeba - The Ballad of the Sad Young Men (1967)
 
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Side B of "Pata Pata" single
Views: 4760 Pequeño Baúl
Hugh Coltam-ballad  of the sad young man
 
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Views: 9620 everythingisday
Shirley Bassey - Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
 
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Ballad Of The Sad Young Men from the album And I Love You So - 1972
JANE MONHEIT  Ballad of the Sad Young Men
 
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Album : "The Lovers, the Dreamers and Me" , ( 2009 ) Sing a song Of sad young men Glasses Full of rye All the news Is bad again Kiss your dreams Goodbye All the sad young men Sitting in the bars Drinking up the night Missing all the stars All the sad young men Drifting Through the town Drinking up the night Trying not to drown All the sad young men Singing in the cold Trying to forget That they are Growing old All the sad young men Choking on their youth Trying to be brave Running from the truth Autumm turns The leaves to gold Slowly dies the heart Sad young men Are growing old That's The cruelest part All the sad young men Seek a certain smile Someone they can hold For just A little while Tired little girl She does the best That she can Trying to be gay For a sad young man While a grimy moon Blossoms up above All the sad young men They play At making love Misbegotten moon Shine For sad young men May your gentle light Guide them home again All the sad Sad sad young men
Views: 10186 der Peter
Natasha Agrama "The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men"
 
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"The Heart of Infinite Change" by Natasha Agrama out now! https://NatashaAgrama.lnk.to/TheHeartOfInfiniteChange Bandcamp: https://worldgalaxyrecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-heart-of-infinite-change Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/alphapup/sets/natasha-agrama-the-heart-of-infinite-change Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/natashaagrama/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NatashaFAgrama
Views: 450 Alpha Pup
Ballad of the Sad Young Men
 
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Spider Robinson sings "Ballad of the Sad Young Men" by Fran Landesman Sing a song of sad young man Glasses full of rye All the news is bad again so Kiss your dreams goodbye All the sad young men Sitting in the bars Knowing neon nights Missing all the stars All the sad young men Drifting through the town Drinking up the night Trying not to drown All the sad young men Singing in the cold Trying to forget That they're growing old All the sad young men Choking on their worth Trying to be brave Running from the truth Autumm turns the leaves to gold Slowly dies the heart Sad young men are growing old That's the cruelest part All the sad young men Seek a certain smile Someone they can hold for a little while Tired little girl does the best she can Trying to be gay for her sad young man While the grimy moon Watches from above All the sad young men Play of making love Misbegotten moon Shine for sad young men Let your gentle light Guide them home tonight All the sad young men
Views: 2376 CrypticMusic
kurt elling ballad of the sad young men.wmv
 
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2008.9 これでkurt ellingにはまりました。 boz scaggsのballad~から、試聴でこれを聴いたんですが、 なんじゃ、このケダルイ歌い方は~が、どんどん引き込まれ 2009.11には、LUGO ~LONDONまで追っかけしました。
Views: 12854 Tsurumatsu Makata
Shirley Bassey - BALLAD OF SAD YOUNG MEN (New Mastered Audio)
 
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Ballad of Sad Young Men audio mastered from Shirley Bassey's 1976 Variety Show.
Views: 626 MarQuis SongBook
SHIRLEY BASSEY "BALLAD OF THE SAD YOUNG MEN"  ROBERT MITCHUM TRIBUTE (BEST HD QUALITY)
 
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Robert Mitchum is regarded as one of the finest actors of Old Hollywood. His wonderful acting is particularly noted in the film noir genre. Some of his best films include Crossfire (1947), Out of the Past (1947), The Night of the Hunter (1955), and Cape Fear (1962). Along with some great images of him is Shirley Bassey's studio recording of "Ballad Of The Sad Young Men" written by Tommy Wolf and Fran Landesman. I have heard many versions of this song, but I love this arrangement the most. You can hear "Over The Rainbow" during the last few notes of the song. Enjoy! Thanks For Your Comments.
Views: 1815 jeffrey a
The Ballad of All the Sad Young Men    ANITA O'DAY
 
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From ''All the Sad Young Men'' ANITA O'DAY ,Verve Records, 1961 with the GARY McFARLAND ORCHESTRA Bernie Glow,HerbPomeroy,Doc Severinsen (tpt)//Bob Brookmeyer (v tmb)//Billy Byers,Willie Dennis(trmb)//Walter Levinsky,Phil Woods (as,cl)//Jerome Richardson,Zoot Sims (ts)//Hank Jones (p)//Barry Galbraith (g)//George Duvivier (b)//Mel Lewis (d)///McFarland (arr.,cond) Recorded in New York,1961.Recording engineer: Rudy Van Gelder Produced by Creed Taylor I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS OF THIS RECORDING UPLOADED FROM ORIGINAL CD IF YOU LIKE THIS RECORDING PLEASE BUY THE CD
Views: 5471 tubaplayer lafeet
Rod McKuen - Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
 
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Rod McKuen - Ballad Of The Sad Young Men "It doesn't matter who you love, or how you love, but that you love" - Rod McKuen
Views: 2666 philsmusic1000
Radka Toneff - Ballad of the Sad Young Men
 
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One of the most beautiful Radka Toneff songs in my opinion
Views: 13661 Tonje Waitz
Spector - All The Sad Young Men - Kubana Festival, 17 Aug 2014
 
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Libre Stage, Kubana Festival, Russia, 17 August 2014.
Views: 4455 specalentor
Anita O'Day - The Ballad Of All The Sad Young Men
 
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Anita O'Day (October 18, 1919 – November 23, 2006) was an American jazz singer. Born Anita Belle Colton, O'Day was admired for her sense of rhythm and dynamics, and her early big band appearances shattered the traditional image of the "girl singer". Refusing to pander to any female stereotype, O'Day presented herself as a "hip" jazz musician, wearing a band jacket and skirt as opposed to an evening gown. She changed her surname from Colton to O'Day, pig Latin for "dough," slang for money.
Views: 743 Music Legends Book
Spector -  'All The Sad Young Men' - Joiners, Southampton -  24th May 2016
 
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Spector - 'All The Sad Young Men' Joiners Arms, Southampton - 24th May 2016 http://spector.co.uk http://www.rock-regeneration.co.uk
Views: 761 CHINNERSROCKS141169
Nils Landgren - The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
 
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Nils Landgren - The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men Sentimental Journey
Views: 4000 micarry77
The Stefan Scaggiari Trio - Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
 
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The Stefan Scaggiari Trio - Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
Views: 1603 TransatlanticMoments
Shirley Bassey - The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men (1972 Recording)
 
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1972 Shirley Bassey recorded and release this wonderful torch song on her 1972 LP titled, 'And I Love You So.' This record was also released as a single (Side A), with Side (B) being the song, 'If I Should Love Again'. Although this song did not chart, Shirley's live renditions of this song over the years has been very well received. This songs means different things to different people, because most people do not know of the context of the musical, 'The Nervous Set' for which this song was originally written. So, if you are interested, here it is: ABOUT The Nervous Set, The Musical (1959) The first scene of The Nervous Set is Washington Square Park, where we find Bunny, an author, Brad, the editor of Nerves, a wildly avant-garde magazine and Danny, the poet. Together with other indigenous Village fauna they state their credo. Jan then appears; she is an attractive young woman, and the boys know she is from uptown because she is wearing a skirt rather than pants. Jan loves living in New York, but Brad and Danny explain that they are tired of such nonsense, and Brad invites her to his apartment. Jan capriciously accepts sensing that she may be falling in love. A turn of the panels brings the action forward to the following Spring. Brad and Jan are now married, and find it a Fun Life. Their apartment is invaded by the wild-eyed Yogi whom Brad takes on as an associate editor for Nerves, despite the fact that Yogi has nearly assaulted the landlady. When Jan returns home from work, she persuades Brad to spend the weekend with her family in Connecticut, and another turn of the panels takes them to Fairfield County, where a party is in progress. Dismayed by the squareness of the squires, Brad takes refuge in the bottom of an empty swimming pool, where he is joined by Sari Shaw, who is strikingly beautiful and strikingly available, and after a brief preliminary discussion, Brad makes the most of his opportunities. Back in New York, he and Jan agree that they really like the Night People, and set out for a party given at Bunny's apartment. There Jan discovers that she must learn to adjust to Brad's friends, particularly when she hears Danny explain how to make the most of one's psychoses. In an attempt to be carefree and beat, she flirts with Bunny, but finds herself unable to continue and, looking about her, muses on the waste she sees. Brad, who is touched by her sentiments, agrees to spend a quiet evening at home, and they discuss plans for the future, when he can become a country gentleman. Their plans are interrupted by Danny, who urges them to join him at dinner at the Melancholy Pigeon with Max the Millionaire whom Danny is tutoring in poetry at fifty dollars an hour. Max explains the pleasure he takes in the company of his friends but Jan is distressed, and accuses the group of fleecing Max. He agrees with her, but points out the fun that he finds with them. Jan rushes out, and Brad defiantly goes off with Danny and Yogi to a Sutton Place party given in honor of Bunny, who has just sold his novel. Bunny, better able to cope with the complexities of the pace than the others, explains his formula. And Brad, impressed by his idea, finds he misses Jan and returns to the apartment while the party goes riotously on. LYRICS: Sing a song of sad young men, glasses full of rye All the news is bad again, kiss your dreams goodbye All the sad young men, sitting in the bars Knowing neon nights, and missing all the stars All the sad young men, drifting through the town Drinking up the night, trying not to drown All the sad young men, singing in the cold Trying to forget, that they're growing old All the sad young men, choking on their youth Trying to be brave, running from the truth Autumn turns the leaves to gold, slowly dies the heart Sad young men are growing old, that's the cruelest part All the sad young men, seek a certain smile Someone they can hold, for just a little while Tired little girl, does the best she can Trying to be gay, for a sad young men While a grimy moon, watches from above All the sad young men, who play at making love Misbegotten moon shine for sad young men Let your gentle light guide them home again All the sad, sad, sad, young men Special Thanks to Pieter, Astrid and others from the Shirley Bassey blog, and all those who have contributed wonderful pictures of Shirley!
Johnny Mathis - All The Sad Young Men (Stereo)
 
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Taken from Johnny Mathis' last album release for Columbia (he had already signed with Mercury) - "All The Sad Young Men", from the LP "I'll Search My Heart" (Columbia CL 2143/CS 8943). Written by the famous composers Paul Francis Webster and Jay Livingston. Orchestra and chorus under the direction of Pete King. Produced by Irving Townsend.
Views: 579 Michael McKenna
Kenny Burrell - Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
 
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Kenny Burrell - God Bless The Child [1971] For WhoSampled.com
Views: 3709 moch3r
Johnny Mathis. All The Sad Young Men.
 
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Johnny Mathis. All The Sad Young Men. Taken from the Album, Johnny Mathis. I,ll Search My Heart, Released 1964.
Views: 2310 Johnny Brown
Spector - 'All The Sad Young Men' (Danny L Harle Remix)
 
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Download Spector - 'All The Sad Young Men' on iTunes http://po.st/ATSYMDL Listen to Spector on Spotify at http://po.st/Spectorfy http://spector.co.uk Facebook: http://po.st/SpectorFB Twitter: http://po.st/SpectorTW Instagram: http://po.st/Spectagram iTunes: http://po.st/Spectunes
Views: 8272 spector
Ballad of the Sad Young Men – Lynne Arriale
 
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Lynne's new CD/DVD "Nuance", the Bennett Studio Sessions, featuring Lynne Arriale (piano), Randy Brecker (trumpet, flugelhorn), George Mraz (bass) and Anthony Pinciotti (drums). The CD includes the studio performances of the tunes, and the DVD includes live performance of the tunes; different versions than those on the CD. "Meet the Artists" interviews are included, with each artist and Lynne's co-producer, Suzi Reynolds, discussing the creative process and the making of "Nuance." Connect with Lynne: http://www.lynnearriale.com http://www.facebook.com/lynnearriale http://www.twitter.com/lynnearriale http://www.instagram.com/lynnearriale
Views: 32299 Lynne Arriale